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3 hrs ago | SFGate
In this frame grab from video provided by WAFB-TV 9, Glenn Ford, 64, talks to the media as he leaves a maximum security prison, Tuesday, March 11, 2014, in Angola, La., after having spent nearly 26 years on death row.
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6 hrs ago | International Business Times
A 32-year-old Chinese man, Zhou Hui, suffered the fate that befell John Wayne Bobbitt when his lover cut his penis using a scissor in December 2012 and killed him with a hammer.
12 hrs ago | WJOL-AM Joliet
A former Tamms inmate is accused of participating in an attack that left four guards injured in Pinckneyville.
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A state District Court judge has vacated a Caddo Parish man's murder conviction and death sentence and ordered the man's release from Louisiana's maximum security prison at Angola, where he spent the past 30 years.
A female inmate jammed her door, made her way through two unlocked doors and into the cell of a male inmate.
Andrea Yates walks into the courtroom for a hearing Thursday, July 27, 2006, in Houston, where she was committed to the maximum-security North Texas State Hospital in Vernon, Texas.
Cumberland County Sheriffs offer more details on how they believe a female inmate managed to walk through several security doors to have sex with another inmate.
AND, I'M STEVE MINICH. FIRE INVESTIGATORS SAY A LIMINGTON WOMAN DIED OF SMOKE INHALATION WHILE TRYING TO ESCAPE A FIRE AT HER HOME.
Sheriff Kevin Joyce says officers left two doors unlocked in the maximum-security wing - in violation of jail policy - to make it easier to serve lunch.
An episode of a TV show featuring notorious twin murderers Pete and Pat Bondurant will air this month on Investigation Discovery, according to an industry website.
Gov. Dave Heineman says he's opposed to any use of public money to transport Nebraska prisoners to marriage ceremonies with other inmates.
"I don't know if you can imagine being in prison for 28 years, struggling all the way and trying to be free, and when you finally learn it's about to happen, there's really no words to express what I truly felt," he said.